Australia & developed nations must share COVID-19 technologies with the world

Australia and other national governments should follow the lead of the United States and share their intellectual property on COVID-19 technology through the World Health Organisation’s COVID-19 Technology Access Pool (C-TAP), says QUT IP law expert Professor Matthew Rimmer.

Researchers fear career breaks risk future funding success

Fierce competition for medical research funding makes many researchers loath to disclose in grant applications their career disruptions, such as illness or childbirth, to explain research output gaps for fear of appearing ‘weak’ or unable to fulfil long-term research.

QUT Indigenous Accommodation Program makes moving to Brisbane easier

A new subsidised accommodation program is set to make life easier for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students who want to move to Brisbane to study at QUT in 2022.

New Colombo Plan scholars forge links with Indo-Pacific neighbours

A group of community-minded and internationally focused QUT scholarship recipients are among the many Australians who hope to be celebrating the opening of international borders in 2022.

QUT researchers elected to Academy of the Social Sciences

Three leading QUT academics have been named Fellows of the Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia (ASSA) for their work in improving public health, education, and workplaces.